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game dev with current focus on Unity3d, .NET c#


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comment story driven by event rhythm
@NeilFein i am not a writer, thus don't know what is the creative process of writing. By me, you could start with a plan of the whole plot, or the general view forms as you are writing your story. I am not aware of the steps, it could be common knowledge that there should be a plan or not!
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comment Design stories with techniques from other creative processes
@Tannalein Imagine if your storyline main events tension could fallow a certain rhythm from a song. This has come to me because i was imagining certain plots or tails and had actually "background music" in my head for that certain plot.. and that left me thinking if i could "implant" the songs rhythm in my story.
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good point! i got lost a little in my own thoughts
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i haven't thought about sentence length variation, what a difference! Thanks for the answer, really builds up my perspective!
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hi, and thank you for the quick reply! i did not know about the Hero's journey, i'll look for more about it. But i don't think you understood what i meant. By rhythm, i meant the gradual rise and fall of the plot (viewable on the graphic). If you can see, the tension builds up as the time passes creating fluctuations leading up in tention. This is not necesaraly hero-driven,it may focus on other story characters or on the story itself. The hero's journey has a main scenario that addresses only the hero.
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@LaurenIpsum hi, i'll edit my question. Due to the nature of "Writers" (i.e. writing is more subjective than others of SE), i thought this could be tackled more subjectively.
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